If you’re regularly looking after a loved one with long-term health conditions or disabilities, know you’re not alone. There are services designed to give you a break, known as respite care services.
Respite care is like pressing ‘pause’ on your care duties, allowing you to rest, rejuvenate, and attend to your personal needs. This temporary care can mean different things to different clients, so finding a carer who fits your situation is essential, and that’s where we can help.
What Care Can You Get With Respite Support?
At Hub Care, we understand each individual and their caregivers have individual needs. We can find a Personal Assistant who suits the exact requirements of both client and carer, whoever this may be. You can meet as many PAs as you need to find the right one for the care you need without any commitment; we know the importance of getting it right for a successful relationship between client and PA. Whether you need long-term respite support or a temporary situation, Hub Care can help find a PA to tailor their services to each client.
When you choose Hub Care PA for respite care, here’s what you can expect:
- Companionship and Supervised Activities: Our respite care providers are all highly trained and can engage with individuals who require care, offering companionship and supervised activities. This can be particularly helpful for individuals with cognitive impairments who require dementia care or have Alzheimer’s disease.
- Personal Attention: Our in-home care providers focus on delivering tailored, one-on-one care, ensuring your loved one receives personalised support based on their specific needs.
- Meal Preparation: If you’re worried about your loved one’s meals while you’re away, a PA can help. Many of our PAs are skilled in preparing meals and assisting with eating according to your loved one’s dietary needs and preferences.
- Specialised Care: Our extensive list of Personal Assistants at Hub Care Support consists of caregivers proficient in caring for individuals with specific health conditions such as Parkinson’s, Dementia, MS, Alzheimer’s disease, sensory impairment, and more. This way, you can be confident that no matter what type of care you need, we have expertly trained PAs with experience in various areas.
Our goal at Hub Care Support is to provide you with a PA to create an environment that allows caregivers to find balance and peace of mind, knowing that their loved one is cared for by professionals who genuinely understand their unique needs.
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Hub PA’s can ensure that meals are prepped or even light cooking duties can be undertaken as well as providing guidance on exercise and movement
How a Hub Personal Support Assistant can Help the Client:
Hub Care Support’s Personal Assistants (PAs) provide peace of mind, efficient support, and dependable respite care, allowing primary caregivers time to recharge. Our PAs are committed to delivering bespoke care. This may include in-home care, elderly care, physical disability care, companionship, meal preparation, or specialised services tailored to each individual’s unique needs.
With respite care services, we aim to empower you with a trained PA, ensuring you’re in full control of your care plan while taking comfort in knowing your loved one’s care needs are attentively managed. Our PAs are approved per the Quality Care Approval Scheme (QCAS). They’re also extensively trained and have conviction-free DBS in addition to their public liability insurance.
How a Hub Personal Support Assistant can Help the Family:
Taking care of yourself as a long-term carer is a critical part of being able to care for someone else. A Hub Personal Assistant will provide support, care and reassurance for your loved one, meaning you will worry less and know they are receiving the care they need and deserve. Due to the flexibility of our PAs, we can help you find a situation customised to your needs.
This could be a temporary measure due to recovery after an accident or provide ongoing long-term assistance for primary carers, family or friends. Whether it’s a few hours or an overnight stay, we will have the PA to fit your needs. Should any requirements change, we will support our PA in ensuring that you still have access to the level of care you need. Let a Hub PA take care of your loved ones while you have the space to care for yourself.